We Buy Old Bank Notes From Turks And Caicos
The Government of the Turks & Caicos Islands Currency Values
It is surprising that Turks and Caicos ever issued their own bank notes. Even today the population of this tiny Caribbean island is only about 20,000 people. As you can imagine, not many bank notes were needed to meet the demand for circulating currency on the island. Our guide has information about five shillings, ten shillings, and one pound bank notes printed between 1903 and 1928. All of these are very rare bank notes. Click on an image to learn more about your specific bank note. And please remember that we are very interested buyers of all paper money from Turks and Caicos.
Bank Notes from Turks and Caicos
Most currency you find on the market today related to Turks and Caicos are specimen notes. Specimen notes usually don't have dates or signatures. Specimens are usually punch cancelled or devalued in some way. Issued bank notes with serial numbers, signatures, and a date are extremely rare. Simply put, not many Turks and Caicos bank notes were ever printed. Not many survive today. Please consider us interested buyers if you are lucky enough to own one of the bank notes pictured below.